Rise Interactive (http://www.riseinteractive.com), a rapidly growing full-service interactive advertising agency, is looking to hire a Senior Front End Developer into the Customer Experience team. We are seeking a detail-oriented, highly motivated individual contributor that is excited about joining the growing Customer Experience department and contributing professionally to an entrepreneurial company with an expanding Fortune 500 client base.

Summary and Scope

A Senior Front End Developer is a highly proficient front end developer who is capable of efficiently delivering production-ready code for a variety of technical solutions for clients. An engineer of this caliber thinks at a systems level and understands how different technologies affect the system as a whole. This role requires the engineer to be able to quickly learn, adapt, and grow their technical skill sets throughout the entire stack as well as continue to push themselves and their teammates to deliver the highest quality solution. 


  • Assist in the implementation of custom technology solutions that solve the business needs of our clients
  • Collaborate heavily with fellow developers, designers, media specialists, and analysts to solve problems related to the implementation of the solution
  • Develop complete front-end stack of projects using HTML/CSS and Javascript frameworks, such as Angular, React, and Vue.js
  • Assist in the deployment of developed solutions to various non-production and production environments
  • Set and follow coding standards
  • Lead code reviews on fellow developers’ code changes
  • Debug cross-browser compatibility issues
  • Help mentor other team members on relevant technologies
  • Occasionally interface with clients either on the phone or in person
  • Bring fresh, creative ideas on how to continuously improve our team and service offerings
  • Effectively estimate development tasks
  • Provide written documentation on technical solution implementation details

Required Skills:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Computer Science or IT related field
  • High aptitude to learn new things and sense of urgency to get things done
  • Proactive self-starter that is able to accomplish goals with little to no guidance
  • 3+ years experience building highly-scalable interactive web applications
  • Significant real-world experience developing real products or custom responsive websites at large scale
  • Strong programming skills in JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3
  • Experience with Object Oriented Programming paradigms
  • Experience with source control (Git, SVN, TFS) and bug tracking software
  • Experience with creating highly visible and trackable websites via technical SEO and Analytics implementations highly desired
  • Experience on a team that produced production code
  • Exceptional communication and collaboration within and across multiple teams
  • Test-driven development and Agile experience highly desired

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